If you are a piano teacher like I am, perhaps you have all of your lessons planned out as carefully as possible. Repertoire is selected, technique is planned out, and theory courses assigned. But sometimes lessons don’t always go as planned. So it’s nice to have a few resources to use as additional material for […]
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I’m a lifetime member of teachery.co, and I use their platform to create ALL of my courses. It’s a wonderful platform – easy to use, simplistic, yet powerful. I wanted to share what I love and trust with all of you in case you are looking yourself to create some online courses. (*Disclaimer, I do receive […]
At this point in my career, I’ve created and maintained 4 different websites: this one (kathyrabago.com), my studio website (velocitymusicacademy.com), my online lesson website (pianoprogram.com), and the website I share with The Music Mentor Group (themusicmentorgroup.com). Let me explain how I got into all of this…. Did you know that a requirement for a doctorate in […]
Improvising using a chord chart – did you know that classical musicians, jazz musicians, church musicians, and music educators all use the skills of reading from a chord chart? We can trace chord chart reading all the way back to the baroque period of music (1600-1750), when composers such as J.S. Bach and Henry Purcell […]
The finals of the 2017 Van Cliburn piano competition ended yesterday. This is considered one of the top piano competitions in the world, where competitors as young as 18 come to exhibit their skills at the piano. The brilliant playing from all of the young competitors showed years and countless hours of practicing. It obviously takes […]